I just had my broadband installed, had a few issues, like no broadband when the engineer left due to network issue.
Once I had broadband, I had to setup the TV etc. and tested the connection speed all day and the max speed was 135mb nothing else on the network, that's only 2 thirds of the speed I should be getting.
Tested from my wired computer and only get 92mb which will be down to the old Network card not being a gigabyte card, will change that shortly.
Anyway, is this the speed I should expect, as I should be on the 150mb broadband, seems stupid paying for the extra third I can't have. I am a little disappointed so far
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wireless is anybodies guess - you need to upgrade the lan card in the computer and test again - if thats still low then something is [obviously] wrong - get that done and go from there
Having a gigabit card is not a guarantee of speeds above 100Mb.
Is the card configured for more than 100Mb?
Do you have a good enough cable for high speeds? What colour is the LED on the gigabit card?
Also, are you sure you are on a 150Mb service as it is not a current speed.
What speed does My VirginMedia say you have?
What speed does your Superhub operational configuration say you have?